The tech giant Microsoft will face an antitrust warning from the EU over its intention to acquire Activision Blizzard, the game development company Call of Duty. The corporation hopes to get a $69 billion deal in the coming weeks. At the same time, the European Commission, concerned about the agreement, is already forming a statement of objection.

This was reported by Reuters, citing secret insiders. According to them, the indictment of the European Commission will be another problem on the way to concluding an agreement. Currently, the EU supervisory authority does not comment on the situation. However, on his part, the final deadline for resolving the issue of the agreement has been set — until April 11.

Meanwhile, Microsoft is emphasizing cooperation with the European Commission to “solve any problems in the market.” The corporation’s goal is to “give more games to more people,” and “the deal will help achieve that goal.”

Earlier, we reported that American gamers have filed a lawsuit in federal court. They are demanding that Microsoft ban the acquisition of U.S. developer Activision Blizzard.